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Masterclass: SLAP Lesions Part II

in Improve, Joint injuries, Masterclass, Power development, Pre-hab and post-surgical rehab, Shoulder injuries

In part one of this 2-part article on SLAP lesions, Chris Mallac discussed the relevant anatomy and biomechanics of the biceps tendon anchor, the mechanisms of SLAP lesion injury, as well as the clinical orthopaedic tests and imaging techniques that may identify a SLAP lesion in an athlete. In part two, Chris looks at the surgical interventions required to manage a SLAP lesion and presents in-depth guidelines on the necessary post-surgical rehabilitation following a SLAP repair... MORE

Prevention and Rehabilitation: Rowing

in Acute injuries, Diagnose & Treat, Flexibility, Improve, Joint injuries, Musculoskeletal injuries, Overuse injuries, Power development, Prevent, Speed development, Strength

All in a row Chris Mallac looks at the most typical injuries in this popular Olympic sport Rowing is a strenuous sport that has huge worldwide appeal. Olympic gold medal winners will have instant household fame. Rowers race against each other in boats, either on lakes, specifically designed rowing regatta courses, rivers, and open ocean... MORE

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